Pride month is upon us, and it reminds us that color and prints are fun and expressive! Put away those drab and dark layers, and go out and drown in margaritas. As the sunlight lasts longer, put on your sunshades and kick back as we go down memory lane. Remember the 2000s? A lot of bold colors, prints, and less coverage! Let’s take a look at how you can add some bold pieces to your summer wardrobe with statement separates.
Blue, green, pink, & yellows are this summer’s colors. As neon takes a step back, pastels make a statement with their light a warm aura. Want to be loud, go with a print, in a big way. Checkboard and geometric shapes add spunk to your style. While animal and abstract prints release our killer and stylish sass.
The Chloe & Gardenia skirts are fun looks to work with. Be different and experiment with different lengths, while also color blocking. You simply cannot go wrong with these patterns, as they are chic and effortless.
The Basquiat Trousers, can make anyone look elegant, imagine them as shorts. Due to the waistband design, this unisex look will make you feel like you just came back from a bespoke shop in Florence.
So you think you’re bold enough? Use the Aster Pants and add 2’’ on the side seams from waist to hem, gather, and “Voila,” you now have palazzo pants! Both prints and solids will enhance the volume of the palazzo.
The Molina Tunic works with a variety of fabrics, especially sheers. Due to its simple pattern structure, the main focus will be the fabric, this makes it adaptable to any event occasion or season change.
The Silva Top is a great choice for tropical occasions, and it’s a look that will work from day to night.
Now that the ideas have been plated. Let’s blossom that creativity, and create something fun and elegant for yourself. These simple free patterns will elevate your wardrobe, and make them fun pieces to add to your collection.